Thursday, January 17, 2008

Duncan Fallowell turns movie star!

Yes, our very own Duncan! In Minor he finds a sister and eats soup with his wife ... he has this funny white attachment in his right ear and he wears a funny tie. I always knew Duncan was made for the screen: fuck the Golden Globes - catch the golden balls of the arts. Click here

"I can highly recommend Duncan Fallowell as an actor" - Madame Dylan Jones Arcati ("May I have my discount now?")

24 comments:

Anonymous said...

creepy

Anonymous said...

What is this about? I thought Mr F was gay? Or is this a satire?

The Reverend said...

First we have gender-bending and now we've got gender-straightening. What is the blasted man up to?

SUSAN said...

Kevin Spacey, eat your heart out.

Anonymous said...

Kevin's a vegetarian

Duralex said...

<< Kevin Spacey, eat your heart out. >>

As a matter of fact, it looks like a remote parody of American Beauty. Was it the purpose ?

Anonymous said...

is spacey a veggie? i thought he liked the meat rack.

Anonymous said...

I see that it is a project by someone at Bournemouth University

SUSAN said...

Yes, Duncan`s nephew

Anonymous said...

Duncan Fallowell was also in Todd Haynes's Velvet Goldmine. He played the camp hairdresser. Very versatile guy.

Anonymous said...

Clcik what image to start?

Duralex said...

<< is spacey a veggie? i thought he liked the meat rack. >>

Oh lord, this one makes me laugh to tears – I can't resist a good joke. But we're not talking about Spacey (the topic is overdone by now) but about Mr Fallowell's acting skills. Not so bad.

Anonymous said...

The late Don Fellows surely?

Anonymous said...

The fixtures and fittings in this movie are very suburban - those nasty plastic switches; the etc etc - and that funny little car Duncs drives. It reminded of American Beauty crossed with an information film from the Dept for Transport.

Anonymous said...

Don Fellows was born in 1922. Fallowell played the young hairdresser - only on screen for five gleeful minutes

Anonymous said...

Keep replaying Duncan's first word "W-e-l-l" over and over again and I think it could make a dance record.

sofa said...

I love it when the girl says 'I met a friend of mine at a private exhibit' when she means exhibition - this film is a masterpiece of supersubtle naff

Anonymous said...

Fallowell's an upper class Ricky Gervais. Hysterical

Wyndham Richardson said...

I directed this piece, I'm actually Duncan's Godson. I'm in my 3rd year at Bournemouth University and this is indeed a satire.

Anonymous said...

I love Mrs Duncs, who is she? When she used the dish wipe to wash the floor - brill! Is this part of a film or the whole thing?

sofa said...

I want more! can we have a series? each no longer than 4 minutes for our quickie lives

Anonymous said...

is it known that Fallowell was in Velvet Goldmine?

Madame Arcati said...

It's news to me, but then a lot is.

Anonymous said...

What sort of uni is Bournemouth? Was Fallowell paid? If this is what students get in debt for . . .